Brennan Feasey

Welcome skating coach Brennan Feasey 
Brennan is currently a player for the Adirondack Thunder, an affiliate of the New Jersey Devils in the ECHL. He played his youth hockey for the Elgin Middlesex Chief’s/Lambton jr Sting. From there he was drafted in the 6th round to the Windsor Spitfires in the 2010 OHL draft. He played his junior hockey career for the Chatham Maroons and lead the entire GOJHL in goals and points in the 2014/2015 season. Over the course of his 5 junior years he played 26 games in the OHL for Windsor and Brampton. Followed up by a 5 year university career at the university of Windsor where he lead his team in goals in his last season while being a captain for the last two seasons. He began his professional career with the Worcester Railers (New York Islanders affiliate) in the ECHL in 2019-2020 and completed his first European professional stint in the Beneliga in Belgium during the 2021 season where he again was leading the league in goals and points before coming back to North America and once again playing in the ECHL for Worcester. 
Brennan is extremely knowledgeable, has excellent communication skills, a great sense of humor, an intense love for the game, and is an excellent demonstrator of skating and hockey skills. During his youth he consistently attended power skating clinics in his hometown of Glencoe, Ontario. Fellow instructor Keegan Knights father Greg knight was a key contributor in his success and development as a high end skater. Brennan’s father had him in countless skills/power skating clinics growing up as a child. There wasn’t a week that went by when he wasn’t on the ice working on his game. Everyone who knows Brennan can attest to his excellent skating skills, as well as, his elite puck handling and shooting abilities.